Set and Reset/Reset to be featured on Good Day Columbus
On Tuesday, April 24, from 7-9 am, Johnny DiLoretto's Good Day Columbus team will be filming the Set and Reset/Reset cast as they perform in the Architecture building. Get up early and turn on FOX! There will be around seven 1-2 minutes segments throughout the two hour segment.
Also the week of Dance Downtown Rocks! look for preview articles in the Dispatch and Alive!
Guest Artist Madonna Grimes Comes to OSU Dance
Dance Artist Madonna Grimes will be teaching a Hip-Hop master class during Teena Custer's slot this Friday, April 27, from 10:30-12. There's room for 15 more dancers to sign up so - don't be shy! Sign-up sheet is posted on the downstairs bulletin board.
Special Thanks to Gateway Dancers!
Thanks to all who contributed to making this weekend's Gateway Event possible. First, thanks for your patience as details from our host were constantly changing and I needed to problem solve. Dancers, your commitment to performing blew me away. Your presence was complete and your sense of working together was coherent. Choreographers, thank you for taking the time to translate your work into this space. I was in awh of all of you as you adjusted to this new performance environment.
I think my favorite moment was the performance for the Sci Fi movie marathon watchers. Who knows we may have tapped into a new audience that we never would have expected. You guys rock! Look forward to the big show!
Karen Bell and Vickie Blaine are Reading Aloud at the Wex
Karen Bell and Vickie Blaine are participating in the Read Aloud at the Wexner Center 3-4pm on Thursday May 3rd.
Visit the Wex calendar for more information! www.wexarts.org
Congratulations Student Teachers!
The following student teachers just received notification that they passed the Praxis state teachers' Exam with "flying colors"!
Both Betina Dunson and Jessica Beshore have had job interviews for dance positions (out of state) in recent weeks.
All are to be commended for a job well done!
EMMA Call for Proposals
The Experimental Media and Movement Arts Lab (EMMA) is a new facility now available for creative research projects. We are currently accepting project proposals for the 2007-2008 year from students, faculty and staff of The Ohio State University College of the Arts. Proposals may be for time-based research concluding with a performance event or may be for ongoing creative exploration.
Performance, Teaching, and Creative Research EMMA@ACCAD is available for projects by students, faculty and staff of The Ohio State University, College of the Arts with a special emphasis on student research. We will prioritize proposals that integrate the body and technology and that take advantage of the capabilities of the facility and/or involve interdisciplinary collaboration. This includes but is not limited to: multimedia dance and theater productions, creative media laboratories, performance art installations, experimentation in artist-driven tech tools development, musical recitals exploring the performers' physicality, experimentation with interactive technologies, lecture-demonstrations, courses that require projected media or video conferencing, and so on. Students who have taken or are taking courses in the Lab will have first priority. Courses include: DNCE 660.21 Media in Performance, DNCE 760 New Ground Cycle, ARTS 760 Motion Capture Production, ARTS 694 Programming Visual Performance & Installation Technologies among others.
Applications are available at www.accad.osu.edu/emma and are due May 1, 2007.
Annual ACCAD Open House
May 11, 2007
ACCAD, Advanced Computing Center for the Arts and Design
1224 Kinnear Road
Columbus, OH 43212
One of the irst computer graphics centers in the world, we never stop our quest for developing new graphics technology and eveolving the art of digital storytelling. Computer animation and new directions in virtual environments, motion capture, visualization and interactivity makes our Open House an event anyone can enjoy.
Check out the May DanceMagazine
Tap diva Brenda Bufalino is interviewed by our very own Jenai Cutcher!
Mental Health Workshops for Faculty, Staff, and TAs
Counseling and Consultation Services is offering two half workshop focused on coping with students in distress for faculty, staff, and Tas.
Coping With Distressed Students
April 24th, 12:00~12:30
300 Younkin Success Center
April 26th, 4:30~5:00
150 Younkin Success Center
Two one-half hour presentations for faculty, staff, and teaching assistants.
Contact Counseling & Consultation Service : (614) 292-5766